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The Vivisectors - Horror Clubdotdotdot
artworkFive tracks from the Vivisectors. This is shown on their website as a single, but I don't have a copy, so I don't really know if it is a release or just website coolness.
Picks: White Truck, Forbidden Fight, Oldtimer, Cemetery Boogie, Titan Balls

Track by Track Review


White Truck dotdotdot
Cowboy Garage (Instrumental)

With hints of truck drivin' cowboy honky tonk, "White Truck" is the kind of song that would warm up the band before the front man comes out to woo the chicks. Just catchy enough.

Forbidden Fight dotdotdot
Garage (Instrumental)

This is a rough textured song with a basic riff and bluesy organ. great drums and solid bass work support a lead riff that's too repetitious. variations in octave and texture would fix that. The break is kinda cool.

Oldtimer dotdotdot
Blues (Instrumental)

"Oldtimer" is a saucy electric blueser with charm and guts. Slow moving and emotional, with a thick sound and gutsy edge. Quite nice.

Cemetery Boogie dotdotdot
Garage (Instrumental)

Heavy churchyard after midnight doings are chronicled in this aptly titled riff rocker. The feel of the sixties frat rock horror instro is captured well.

Titan Balls dotdotdot
Garage (Instrumental)

Tuff drums run under a grodie lead guitar while the organ whirls like an old soul instro is nearby. Bass grumble completes the sound. Edgy rock 'n' roll garageland... did I mention tuff?